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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class III. Words Relating to Matter
Section III. Organic Matter
1. Vitality
2. Special Vitality
 
370. [Economy or Management of Animals.] Cicuration.
 
  
NOUN:CICURATION [obs.], taming &c. v.; zoöhygiantics; 1 domestication, domesticity; manège or manege, veterinary art; farriery; breeding; pisciculture; apiculture.
  menagerie, vivarium, zoölogical garden, zoo [colloq.]; bear pit; aviary; apiary, alvearium, alveary, beehive, hive; aquarium, fishery, fish hatchery, fish pond; swan pond, duck pond; incubator.
  [DESTRUCTION OF ANIMALS] phthisozoics 2 (killing) [See Killing].
  [KEEPER] herder, oxherd, neatherd, cowherd, grazier, drover, cowkeeper; shepherd, shepherdess; keeper, game-keeper; trainer, breeder; bull whacker [U. S.], cowboy, cow puncher [U. S.], vaquero [Sp. Amer.]; horse trainer, broncho-buster [slang]; apiarian [rare], apiarist, apiculturist.
  VETERINARIAN, veterinary surgeon, vet [colloq.], horse doctor, horse leech [rare]; farrier [obsoles. as veterinarian], horseshoer.
  INCLOSURE, stable, barn, byre; cage (prison) [See Prison]; hencoop, bird cage, coif, cauf; sheepfold [See Inclosure].
  
VERB:TAME, domesticate, domesticize, acclimatize, breed, tend, corral, round up, break in, gentle, cicurate [obs.], break, bust [slang, U. S.], break to harness, train; ride, drive (take horse) [See Journey]; cage, bridle, (restrain) [See Restraint]; guide, spur, prick, lash, goad, whip; trot, gallop (move quickly) [See Velocity]; bolt; yoke, harness, harness up [colloq.], hitch, hitch up [colloq.], cinch [U. S.].
  GROOM, rub down, brush, currycomb; water, feed, fodder; bed, bed down, litter; drench, embrocate.
  TEND STOCK, milk, shear; water &c. (groom) v.; herd; raise, bring up, bring up by hand.
  hatch, incubate, sit, brood, cover.
  swarm, hive.
  
ADJECTIVE:PASTORAL, bucolic, rural; agricultural [See Agriculture].
  TAME, domestic, domesticated, broken, gentle, docile.

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